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The Honda HA-420 HondaJet is the first aircraft developed by Honda Aircraft Company. The light business jet was designed in Japan and then developed is manufactured in Greensboro, North Carolina in the United States. Honda began to study small sized business jets in the late 1980s, using engines from other manufacturers. The Honda SHM-1/MH01 turboprop tested laminar flow wings, and the Honda MH02 was fabricated and assembled at Mississippi State University's Raspet Flight Research Laboratory in the late 1980s and early 1990s. The MH02 was a prototype using carbon fiber/epoxy composite materials. Flight testing on the MH02 continued through 1996, after which the aircraft was shipped to Japan. Designer Michimasa Fujino sketched the HondaJet in 1997, and the concept was locked in 1999. Tes...
One Friday morning, four Uber app users had the option to tap a pop-up Private Jet option. Result? A choice. Just 30 minutes to…grab passport, choose +1 and jump into waiting airport-bound Uber. Destination? Unknown. Cost? Zero. Yes/No? All four took the leap and met on the jet for the first time greeted by Arielle Free before take-off for the ultimate #AbsolutNights experience—over 24 unfolding whirlwind hours of spontaneity and epic fun in Ibiza.
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The engine of a Boeing A380 Superjumbo Jet is huge, made up of 20,000 components that can summon up to 70,000 pounds of thrust. Replacing it is no small task. From: X-RAY MEGA AIRPORT: Failure is Not an Option http://bit.ly/1PBpOZy
By : shuichiro nakazawa (Zuntata)
Quick view on safety option to keep out water from the hull and cooling system. And a ride on strong water current.
Thomas Flohr, chairman of Vistajet, discusses why renting a private jet is a better option than buying one.